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head lines on the kevin collins case. >> san francisco police are asking for the public's help in finding additional information about the man than a therrien, the man kron for firms identified as su4 disappearance of kevin collins. >> he has a history of kidnapping and sexual assault involving children. in 1981 he was arrested in the fisherman's wharf area for kidnapping a lonnd lewd acts are a child. he was bailed out, then was a no show at his court date. >> in 1982 he was arrested on that outstanding war, then pleaded guilty to felony lewd acts on a child. he was sentenced to six months in jail and three years' probation. >> therrien was also wanted in canada for a crime in 1973. >> police say he kidnapped and sexually assaulted two children. >> he was arrested and charged, but once he was released, he fled canada. >> police say he was never caught because, in part, used so many different names. >> san francisco police chief great suhr says the kevin collins case as long haunted him and his department. he says he remembers when collins went missing. he was relatively new on
-ability. [male announce if you think you or a veteran you know has sustained a brain injury, get screened. kevin craney of rjo futures is here for chart talk. good morning, kevin. how are commodity traders preparing for crop trades this spring? do they expect another drought like we had last summer? > > it is certainly of particular concern. when we look at where the drought monitor shows right now, we haven't had a lot of snowfall during the winter, so it is really going to take a lot of rain coming in through the spring season to bring the water table levels up. > who were the winners in the market last year kevin? > > i think the real winners were, one, from a speculative standpoint, the ones who were in the options market early on in the season. we had a big planting number last year, and for all intents and purposes, people thought, "hey, we are going to have a lot of corn." but what happened, mother nature worked her magic, it was a drought year, and we really fell behind. so those people who got ahead of the curve early, who were out there buying options and a little more bullish early on
monitor is looking for. kevin caron is a portfolio manager with washington crossing advisors. he's with us tonight from a snowy new york at the nasdaq. kevin, why shy away from rapidly growing companies in this environment? >> well, i think what you're seeing is a slow-down in earnings growth. but on the other hand, the economy is doing somewhat better than it was, let's say six months ago. so investors who come into the year looking for very fast earnings growth as justification for their stock prices may be somewhat disappointed. so the economy is getting a little bit better, but wave come out of the recession. we've had a full recovery in profits, so here, going forward, we expect to see slower growth and consistency, i think, is the key in that kind of environment. >> tom: you mentioned a full recovery in profits. are stocks, broadly speaking, at this level expensive given the lack of earnings growth that you forecast? >> i don't think they're either expensive or cheap. and the reason i say that is because the standard & poors 500, which is a proxy for the stock market, has about $100
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in the markets panel. we have ryan detrick and kevin get des. we have to give you, kudos, ryan. you were on in december, in mid-december we were on the edge of a big rally. boy were you spot on there if people listened to you they bade a lot of money based on your advice. where are we going now? >> that's right, david. we all know the concerns are out there, overbought, lots of optimism coming in. we look what happened first quarter of last year. we saw the exact same thing. sentiment pulled. spiked up. market would go higher. we think the market goes higher at least into april. seasonalitiwise the february is the worst month in the last 20 years. when you have a strong january usually february is strong. you get into march and april. those are the two strongest month past five years. up 3 1/2 on average. one more stat. short interest. saying in december the reason we could rally. short interest on the s&p 500 components is higher than it was this time last year and it is trending lower. what does that mean to someone listening? that says there is still a lot of room for shorts to cover.
will be holding a news conference and tell us new details in the kevin collins case. pam pam cook's in the newsroom. you have new information and video? >> yes. kevin collins is the 10-year- old boy who vanished nearly 30 years. last night, we took pictures of police leaving the concord apartment where kevin collins' mother lives. investigators say they showed pictures to kevin's mother, his sisters and brother of the lead suspect in the case. now, he's dan ther leon who die -- dan therrien who died. they also showed the family what he looked like at the time back in 1984. >> we started to open this case in the cold case unit saturday year' and we thought dash several years and we -- cold case unit several years ago and we thought we would take another look at it. >> two witnesses say they saw kevin talking with a man with a big black dog before he disappeared. an investigator told ktvu that therrien fit that description and had a black dog. he was interviewed by police just five days after kevin disappeared. he also lived a few feet from the bus stop on masonic avenue where kevin
than 400 people in 15 countries. for more on this story, i'm joined by kevin baxter, who covers soccer for the "los angeles times." thanks for joining me. >> thanks for the invitation to speak with you. good evening. >> sreenivasan: kevin, tell me, this is not a large soccer country, the united states, help us put in perspective how big of a scandal this is. >> well, rob wayne right, the head of europol says it's so large, such a grand scale that it threatens the fabric of the gain. another europol investigator said this is the tip of the iceberg. to give you a little perspective, the international sports wagering market is about $1 trillion -- does $1 trillion of business a year. the asian markets alone, they have more transactions -- sports bets on a daily basis than the new york stock exchange. so it's phenomenal the size of the betting market. now that's everything from you or i going down to our nearby casino and putting $5 down on the super bowl. it goes from there to huge bets on soccer matches. and this is throughout the world. now, with soccer there are 208 national federation
and the rest of them were carried onto the bank stadium. >>> kevin johnson says the city is fighting hard to keep the kings' basketball team in sacramento. >> our objective is to submit a fair and competitive offer as soon as possible and be in the position to explain to the nba why sacramento should remain an nba city. >> the team owners announced a deal last month that would send the kings to seattle. but this morning, johnson says he's working to put together a group to buy the team and build a new stadium in the state capital. he hopes to make his case to the nba before the march 1st deadline. >>> california's top cop is following the footsteps of the fbi with a lawsuit, suing standard & poor's of the mort- backed facilities before the collapse. she says two public pension funds invested heavily based on the s & p's triple-a rating and ended up losing in the mortgage crisis. >> s&p made misrepresentations about the ratings and it turns out there was no legitimacy to the ratings they gave. >> harris is seeking more than $4 billion. >>> california republican lawmakers are calling for a
can tell you that kevin plank's watchword protect the house paid off. it's going higher. the economy's getting better, i think they'll do even better when the game kicks off this sunday, instead of the niners and ravens, you'll have a clearer picture of the industrial, tech, and oil stocks leading the market. and even though the football season will soon be over, i think you can see continued strength ahead for the american stock market. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, get in the game? technology is moving to the cloud. even the online experience surrounding sunday's big game. could s.a.p.'s presence in this emerging trend help you score? cramer's sitting down with its co-ceo to find out. >>> and later -- slam dunk? do your eyes glaze over during earnings season? dunkin brands provided a wake-up call today, serving up an earnings beat and raising the amount of dough it returns to shareholders. is the stock just heating up, or is this sweet story all baked in? cramer speaks to the ceo. >>> plus -- master key? keycorp is expanding its footprint as the bank looks to take
, you have earned our patience. people give it to them. let's go to kevin in florida, please. kevin? >> caller: hey, jim, thanks for taking my call. i just wanted to let you know you are the godfather of the stock market. >> you're too kind. thank you so much. >> caller: my question to you is, zynga has great numbers a few nights ago. is this the real deal or just the short squeeze happening? >> i think it's more of a short squeeze because they did guide down. i don't like that gaming business and i'm not crazy about the poker business online. look, could it go to five? yes. do i want to risk telling you to put your money in zynga? no. i think in many ways that's the more important take away. brad in california. >> caller: hey, jim, southern california dodger blue greetings to you. >> hey, pitchers and catchers. boo-yah. pretty soon. >> caller: spring training is in the air. i had a question pertaining to america's sweetheart giant macy's. i know it reported stellar same store sales today. where do we go from here, how do you trade this thing? >> i was doing a lot of work on macy's
: consistency and dependability. kevin caron with washington crossing advisors will join us. >> susie: and finally tonight, valentine's day is just around the corner, one week from tonight to be exact, and it looks like americans will spend more than ever before on their sweeties, nearly $18 billion. the national retail federation says on average, americans will spend almost $131 on candy, cards, and gifts. that's up from $126 last year. so what are people buying, candy is the first choice, then flowe, and jewelry. and tom, apparently men, more than women, spend more on their spouses when it comes to valentine's day. how but? what is it going to be, candy? >> tom: chocolate. my beautiful woif is the granddaughter of a jeweller and is a leveragic to flowers so i have to right to the top of the list and go for the candy. >> susie: not a bad thing, at least are you getting her something. that is important, that is nightly business report for thursday february 7th. have a great evening, see you tomorrow. >> tom: you too, susie. have a great night, more on-line, nbr.comeback on the broadca
a pause and see where we're going to go from here. liz: let me get to kevin. you tell me if this is something where we pass it and then all of a sudden people wake up and say we had a great 2012. we had a fantastic january. at some point there has to be that pause that refreshes some type of correction -- i've heard everything from 4% to 7% to 10%. will people wake up and say this is too much too fast? >> absolutely. we've come really far really fast. i think my biggest concern is we move into february and really up through april is the debt ceiling and what congress is going to do about that. and particularly, one number that was interesting this week was personal income and spending. it was a great number, but when you look forward, my concern is the new tax policies that are in place. and that amount of money may not be in consumers' pockets going forward. so it's been a great rally here in january. but i look for a pullback and i think we could see a 5% pullback when you look at interest rates hovering around 200 basis points, can't really pop any higher than that fro
. >> but even though -- i mean, i follow the work of the joint economic committee. my friend kevin brady and you and i have talked before. even though this is the worst recovery since 1947 in terms of the economic growth gdp and in terms of jobs, it is, it is, nick mulvaney, one of the very best, maybe the best recoveries in profits. and i think that's underrated. nobody can manufacture profits except the ingenuity of american private businesses. and that seems to be carrying us, however mediocre the growth figures are. >> agreed. and i'm not going to sit here and badmouth the american system because i'm as big a fan of it as you are. what i'm worried about with this continued anemic job growth, the administration itself says, i think everybody on the show would agree, we'd like to see that number not 156 but 250,000 jobs a quarter. that's what we need to get back on the trajectory to where we were before the recession. without that i worry about how sustainable those profit growths are. yes, we can all squeeze money out of the operation over the short term. we can get additional productivity ga
speeches or various things over the last few years. karl kevin thoucarl levin thoug the ranking member for 26 years, says this has been unprecedented by republicans. they're really going after all this information because they simply want to delay mr. hagel. he released a letter today that said mr. hagel's nomination will move forward next week. hopefully be voted out of committee. that's what democrats feel. and they held the numbers there, 14-12, so they believe it will go forward. but, i mean, the letter speaks for itself. levin claiming that he's never seen these types of questions asked for democrats or republicans through the armed services committee over the last 26 years. >> pretty typical though for republicans of late. now to john brennan. what's been the reaction from the white house after his confirmation hearing? because we know that there was some concern about the way chuck hagel performed. how does the white house feel about how things went with mr. brennan? >> reporter: well, talking to folks, the democrats here in d.c., there is a lot of confidence in brennan's perfor
career. that city is on fire. >> look at the cute little baby. >> just chilling in his hat. >> kevin would be screaming his head off. >>> coming up next, bouncing back from those baby bumps. >> how do they do it? kim kardashian's trainer brings us some expert advice. that's coming up next. >>> it's been just about a month since kim kardashian announced she was pregnant. >> the question on my mind, one of my, is how the rest of her body holding up? we're happy to hold up she does have a personal trainer, making sure she's looking just as fine as ever. abc's abby boudreau has more. >> reporter: the eternal question, how does she do it? hollywood moms shedding so much baby weight, so fast. >> take our arms and go like this, drop them down. >> reporter: trainer tracy anderson says the secret to getting your body back is keeping in shape during pregnancy. >> i used to have so many women coming to me after pregnancy, how can i get my body back? if i only had this during the pregnancy too. >> reporter: she should know. is how is it going? >> she's amazing. i was refreshed to hear her first,
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weill and phil falcone. the new billionaires? folks like mark zuckerberg. kevin plank. even those who stayed rich are investing differently this time around. very slowly getting back into the stocks and they aren't spending as much on private jets, yachts, jewelry and other very visible luxuries. now wealth in a way has gone quiet and it's likely to stay that way even as their fortunes grow. they are buying collectibles like art, wine, vintage cars. we'll see, carl, whether the market can keep the wealth boom going and bring the wealthy back into stocks in a much bigger way to see who really benefits from this rally go to cnbc.com. >> fascinating look at a big part of our audience. thanks so much. robert frank back at hq. a lot more on today's rally and the dow at 14,000 plus we will reveal the winner of our nail the number contest when we come right back. # r real this time. r real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is con
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